iAccessibility Mastodon Instance

Mastodon banner

Mastodon has become a very popular social networking platform in the last few weeks, and we at iAccessibility decided to try setting up our own instance for Mastodon. You can learn more about Mastodon at their official site, and you can also join our instance at social.iaccessibility.net

Vero: The surprisingly Accessible Social Network

Vero App Icon

As social media continues to evolve, several applications have promised to be the new Facebook or Instagram, and ¬†one application in particular has gone above and beyond to provide an accessible and user-friendly experience for everyone. How does it work Vero promises to be an app like Instagram. The user can post about books, movies… Continue Reading Vero: The surprisingly Accessible Social Network

#iOS11 is not as social as iOS 10

iOS 11

Background In the past, iOS contained built in social media sharing features which included Twitter and Facebook. These features made it easy for apps to connect to social platforms in order to share content with features built right in to iOS. In iOS 11, the latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system, these features have… Continue Reading #iOS11 is not as social as iOS 10

Quick Tip: Using Safari as an RSS Reader

Subscriptions screen in iOS

Safari is Apple’s Web browser for iOS and Mac OS, but did you know that it could also be used as a RSS reader? RSS stands for Rich Site Summary, and it is used in creating content that users can subscribe to like blogs. The iAccessibility Report is one such blog that uses RSS. For… Continue Reading Quick Tip: Using Safari as an RSS Reader

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